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aHE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, JANUARY iTh 1~2

1SO N SAFlit in the middle. Rumor has it that
someone tried to fool the machine by
BOOK ON MICHIGAN CAMPUS depositing a coin of very small spe-
_______cies, but what hie received in turn has
not been determined.
FR S M NhL S ere folks gargs which i would of sent you but i1j
Inclosed plees find one (1} copy ~hdt u lebosbtti
the Gargoyle wich is the best humerus; ainzt halve boad. [
4t Yeair len Entertainied by U pper mgsn ntecmu n toi Pleese send the Barg back when you IOA ME [~A SI
(ia ~~ ~mgain on the campurgandiittinlfinish and who was elected sheriff. ~ ~ ITLTA C fhI
Cl expNolani ot sells for two Bits wick aint it uc z Your' Vlit! i fliL rPIN
3sazae Iwhen you stoic to think hoes=hihh Sont#Y LEO.

country journalist in giving him an. PLAYERtS LUB W~ILL 11011) mebr 'thecub nn tint
~dea of the field open to hime in the ~irjET.rr! i1TITRT?) ', JAN. 2 e I.si <l pr.t.of the prograntP".
Mtate. Iwlie? issot been deftelydeid
Such material, it is pointed out, The Players club will hold a social T on. The club h }as plans to rv
will be of two-fold benefit. It wvill metinig at 8 o'clock Thunrsday eve- ~iersiet 'f~4O
give the student a general knowledge! ning, JTan. 25, in the Women's League ofteprga_
of the field in which hie intends to roon: at B~arbour gymneasiumi it wars yry l i
work and will also assist the editorsi decided yesterday afternoon at their "a yd Ii vr ' ~ i
of weeklies to learn about the other meeting. The program will consist; at Your serv ice".1 TMMIthe dtk
plants throughout the state. of a. short impromptu play put on by er. ca<=l9.-d

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C(aElfAAPCAI 4LGROUP I1'A
"Get into the, prograapm of your,
group, do your best to support that
program", said Filding it. Yost ir
hiis address last ii ht at the 17nio:
concernuing the duty of fresh meri in~
the program which Jaie(--. 4D uffy,
'24, cha.ir-man! of' the l: peiclass Ad.
visory commnittee, outlined to them.
While the primary purpose of-the
meeting last night was to organL
the first year. ment on the plan ire,
rented to them, at lively prlorgramn was
held: for theaii. William McLean, '254.
and William Ifeusel, '2.3E, staged r
Doxing match wvhich kept the atten~-
tion of the czrwd.. DeWitt Taylor, '2;"
performned in a song and dance nUm1-
ber, while Stanley 13. Levy, '25, David
IL, Simon, '23, and Frank L. Werther-
nier, '25, put on a blackface act.
The plan of organization for thce
freshman class as presented by Duf-
fy (divides the class into seven geogra-
phical groups as follows: gr'oup 1,
Detroit; Group 2, eastern Michigan;
g;roup 3, western Michigan; group 4,
the eastern and New England states;
group 5, Kerntutcky, West Virginia,
Pennsylvania, Ohio, ani! Indiana
group 6, Illinois, Wisconsin, N. Da-
kota, and S. Dakota; group 7, West.
er and southern states.
According to the idea of the plan.
each group wvil llihave a definite pu'-
pose in unitinig the nmen of the fresh-
man class. One of the first ideas t(I
he carried out to'ul )te the first year
mien, is thiat of a, basketball leaguc.)
in which every group will take part',
Following thils tournament, others,
most of thiem along athletic line,, wiV,
be held. . J/ -

if you Oidnt look at it now, pretty
neat aint it Ges I will cut it out and
play checkers with may landlords wife
as she wants mie to mnove (wise crack
3aa,
Theres a good pies; in there about,
tthe Sunday mag,.Tazine (wicli was, was-E
n't, and is again). Theres also a laic-
ture of sonie kind of" cabaray inside
quid i l ike it exceptin the mlen lookr.
too mxuch like Andy Cumap and he-
iide titheire aint ;rich l' li hre. real-I
! ears (ilhc painter) ! i *octt",. stuff
Tn this hook )of Ore.
' Jilin'ic louse told ile b' gt )0 1
o a1l the ' , :!-:t ball gamies because
de rew Athn pictalre5 o 01.1llthe play-
'sand' i 1)01 eve itbe 1",) ook1h)w
;co~d hloki 1ho nade thema. Gs .1131-
} te cant (ira w, ha {(vick means he
.ure can.)Th.at skhly fel t~lers the cap-s
ltin and lie int reely so skinny. They
got one gooi editor;.0h aboutlt the
hith ser viss ,wli ch is funny (the!
w ickh ineanin 1both)
-Hubbard sneak~ed into the wman 's
- la; andl what lie sawe he paifated for
the garg except: fellers posed~ for
him and 1 think its the funniest thing
there is in the book and cant Mub-E
hard push a mnean brusli (that col-1
.,:litcr talk pa and you. wont understand'
it). I think youll like the short'
-* stories because they mnake you laugh,
"that one, about for the honor of Michi-
igan is a little bit highbrow for the'
g arg mwy roommate said so and hie,
oughta knowv, lies an engineer and red3
headed.#
1 Iope you get a kick out of the1
ejokes folks they grot lots of paunch in;
them but i heard most of them at at
smoker andi Jimmnie House was theret
Stoo You ouglita seen the last two

Fre ch initerNew York, Jan. .8---(By A. P).)---
1 h l. cr7a competitive field"
0 f Colonies IS. I s, upon which wages and working;
On U. S.,A/IissionI conditions in the bituminous coal in-
dustry have been determnined almgst
~ continuously since 1898. was scrap-,
:{:::.:: -Y "te-d today by operators and union of-
fcials conferring on 1923 wage con-
tracts.
In its stead a: new "tri-state" com-'
petiti've field wals mapped, consisting
'$ AR1 o f Indiana, Illinois, andi Ohiio, and
; : :: ' :v ",L..:eliminating Pennsy'lva-ia. Upon this.I1W
L~tri-state basis the conferees now hope
.;:_, ? ,::.:. ,tw. proceed with the establishment of.
% standard wage rates which operators
rye AA""-:V:':J:;" : 4and miners -throughout the United
States may use as a guide in. peace-
<,< # 14bly working out contracts this

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TODAY AND SATURDAY
1 ExSEN TEN (UNGA 11i.YE A RALE PIV'J'UHYAiZAT IO
OF
L+".SU.AL irOR 1 1 I r Atji'jjj). ' ..
WI'T AND) 11U314) AT ITS VERY BEST IN
PA Lf",AR1
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.A Cosmopolitan JMagazine Styr
IT'S A PICTURE YOU WON'T FORGET

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spring.
Miners and (mployers declared, at
the close of today's .sessions,that they
w Nere reasonably certain to complete!
their work within a week. The in-
terim to April 1, then, would. reinain
for the negotiation. of new, wage
scales throughout the industry, exist-
luig conteacts expiring on that dtate.

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Al bert Sarraut, photographed sice
his arrival iii New Y oft
Albert Sarraut, Frenchi minister of

QUESTIONIRRE RETURNS
COMPLIED BY STUDENTS.

The author has blended the glowing passions,
Virile adventure acid dark feuds of. that romntjic
region into his greatest, story. Marjorie Daw and
Forest Stanley bead the cast.

c ionies, is now in the United States
(3:i official matters. One object of his, Compilation of material sent in byI
vsit is in connection. with a large f~sh editors of weekly papers throughout
fi :e ting plant which has been erected the state in reply to a questionnaire
hib- the French, governmaent at Si. is now becing made by members of the
r chrre, Miquelon. Another object is class in. country journalism. Mr. F.
to probe reports of the sending of Ii- G. Burrows, instructor of the class, is
qur into the United States.1 in charge of the work.
The material contributed by the ccli-
3:( XVIE E DELI VEJ{S COPIES4jOF tors about their own papers concern-!
TECHNIC TO STUD1ENTSI ing the policy of the paper, the m,-th-
-- --ods used in securing advertising, type~
(Cnine frn aetn) o rs nther ahnr sd l( purchaser was to deposit a I income, circulation, ad.vertising and
coin of some variety in the slot mark= circulation rates. Many. editors con-
ecA "money" and a magazine and some Itributed helpful remarks, which areI
c&range stealthily slid out from a long of much benefit to the prospective

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Four of the six University extension
lectures delivered in the state yester i
day were given by inemrn rs of t h'
faculty. The other two being given
by memnbers of the -joint commiittee on
public health. Prof. Robert M. Wen-
ley, of the philosophy departmnent)
talked before D.A.N. in Flint about
"Phrases of the American Political
Situation". Prof. 7'. D. Henderson ;
'Of the extension (lepai tfient, spokqi
before the Lakeview P I-arent-Teaches'
association on "Dollars and Sense -in
Eduucation".
Prof. Thomas E. Nankin, of the
rhetoric department, spoke on "The
Seven 'Tests of the Literary Value of
the :Bible" before the student Y.W.C.
A. at Mt. Pleasant. Prof. Marion C'
NWier, of the rhetoric (lepal'tnien t, gavo:
the fourth "Cello Lecture Recital" a't
Escaaaba. W. C. Hirmn of the statI
dlepa<rtument of public health Italked a'
the iEtlwardlsburg high school aboun
"F'ront Yards and Back Yards". . Dr.
A. -X. H-ornboggen talked on "Goitro
-Its Preventon and Cure" before the
1 ronwood Woman's club.
Play.Class Does
Shakespeare Well
Classe s in public speak iug ulc.
Prof._ Richard D. T. Hllister, gavi
ain amusing version of Shakesp"r r e's
"Miuch Ado About Nothing',', last night
before a large and appreciative audi-
ence in University Hall. Much credit:
is du ie the entire cast for their capablo
p rodluction of a Sh akespearian play,
a tingl not often attempted before a
college audience. Benedict,'played by
I1-lenry D1. Goff, '23, was easily the most.
finisheds actor andI he took -eis part
wih commendable ease.
TIhe character parts taken by liar
old C. Hunt, '21, and James C. Brown,
'23, ar old1rmen, were excellently take:
n, especially the hatter who had
ificu~tlt role for a young mani. 1-he haCt
the palsied chin and ,shaking haild of
a an ; three timees his own a~ge. 05
the ladies who stood out were Marioi)
E. Lehr, '23, as Beatrice, Mattie Proud-
foot, '23, as the sweet young Hero;
and R uth G. Werklielser, '23, who*
took: the part: of the ballad sijgin, I
Balthazar, a man,
The play , a comedy, was -a pleasing
diversion from the many one act mod-
ernistic bits so in vogue at preseni#
and the Play Production classes are
to be complimented on such a suc-
ce sful entertainment. BR.T.H.t
Soth-, Bend, Jan. 18---(13y A. P.)--
Notre Dame dlefeated Michigan
St ae Nor'n.al college in a basketball 1
game h1ere tonight by a score of 28
io 23.
Lost Something? Let a "Daily"' zass-
ified ad find it for von.-Adv.

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fresh tub blouses - with the spring suit - with the spoo-s J acket andcA'i
the sweater. In fact a blouse is one of the convenient items that helps to
. make the wardrobe seem complete.
NEWLY arrived are tub blouses of a fine quality barred and striped
dimity. A nunmber of dainty modes are prominent in the blouse sec-
tin hr r oeswt h rme olrta atni h aksuch blouses always look well with the sports skirt and sweater. Then there
are models with the long collar that fasten in front - such blouses seem to
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have been designed especially for wear with the tailored suit.
TAILORED style of Irish crochet lace finished some models .while a
bi of hemnstitching will be found on certain styles of the long collar.
blouses. There are so many different styles that individual tastes may cer-
_ tainly be appeased and the economical issue is also present for the blouses are
very specially priced.
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